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Default Solanum crispum ( Chilean potato vine )

I have several of these planted about the garden. they do remarkably well,
but most now seem to have very little foliage at the bottom. I am about to
plany several more, and wonder if there is anything I can do to encourage a
more even growth from base to tip?

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"Zipadee Doodar" wrote in message
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I have several of these planted about the garden. they do remarkably well,
but most now seem to have very little foliage at the bottom. I am about to
plany several more, and wonder if there is anything I can do to encourage

a
more even growth from base to tip?

regarsds

You have to prune the plants, spring is best.

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